Nationals Buy Steve Lombardozzi's Independent League Contract, Send Him to Triple-ATwo and a half years after being traded, utility man Steve Lombardozzi is back with the Washington Nationals organization.
Orioles Send Infielder Steve Lombardozzi to Pirates for CashThe Baltimore Orioles have sent infielder Steve Lombardozzi to the Pittsburgh Pirates for cash in the second recent deal between the teams.
Orioles Acquire Ex-National Lombardozzi In Deal With TigersThe Baltimore Orioles have acquired infielder Steve Lombardozzi from the Detroit Tigers for infielder Alex Gonzalez.
Nationals Finally Come Back Late, Beat Mets 3-2Steve Lombardozzi's sacrifice fly in the ninth Tuesday night gave the Washington Nationals their first late-inning comeback win of the season, capping a two-run rally for a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets.
Davey Johnson Asks The Junkies Who Should DH in BaltimoreThere are endless reasons why Davey Johnson is such a fan favorite in the baseball world, but bringing them inside the mind of a Major League manager, with how he should set his lineup for an American League park is just another sterling example of the transparency that makes him so beloved.
Danny Epinosa's in 'A Little Bit Of A Funk' Right NowNats GM Mike Rizzo supported Davey Johnson's decision to bench Danny Espinosa during his weekly radio show Wednesday, saying the second baseman is "in a little bit of a funk right now" and could use a couple days off.
Espinosa Benched for Lombardozzi Next Two GamesNationals manager Davey Johnson says he'll sit Danny Espinosa the next two games, replacing him with Steve Lombardozzi at second base as the team wraps up its series with Atlanta.
Elfin: Patience On The Farm Will Pay Dividends For Years To ComeThe emergence of Stephen Strasburg was both a product of years of losing in Washington, and the commencement of a multilayer unveiling of new, raw homegrown talent. When Bryce Harper made a guest appearance and unsurprisingly, never left, it was easy to think the best fruit of a slowly-cropped farm was born. And now there's Lombardozzi.
Washington Nationals Hot Start Cooled By Atlanta Braves, Lose 3-2The Washington Nationals led off Sunday's game against the Atlanta Braves with back to back home runs from Steve Lombardozzi and Bryce Harper, but couldn't hang on to win.